Take control of your
ventilation with our standard
and bespoke solutions.
Controlling ventilation equipment is essential for several reasons, primarily related to safety, maintaining indoor air quality, energy efficiency, and occupant comfort. Our solutions ensure effective management of these crucial aspects.
Our standard portfolio of controls for AC & EC Fans are designed to elevate HVAC systems effortlessly. Pair with a wide range of supporting sensors and switches that all meet the requirements of the latest industry standards.
Controls are crucial to us as an air movement and air quality-focused company, playing a pivotal role in HVAC systems. We pride ourselves on offering the complete package to our customers, including fans, compatible controls, noise control, and AHUs.
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Bespoke Controls Tailored to Requirements
Leveraging over 50 years experience in design and supply, we can build control panels tailored to your exact specifications. Our control panels can be found in a variety of applications and industries, including commercial, industrial, and OEM environments.
Our expertise includes specialised solutions for Air Handling Units (AHUs). Whether your project demands precise climate control or intricate ventilation management, our bespoke controls are designed to meet the unique requirements of each application.
What are the advantages of controlled ventilation?
Indoor Air Quality
Proper ventilation helps remove pollutants, odours, and contaminants from indoor spaces. It brings in fresh outdoor air and exhausts stale air, preventing the buildup of harmful substances such as carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and other pollutants. Controlling ventilation ensures that the air quality remains within acceptable levels for health and well-being.
Ventilation is crucial for managing humidity levels within a building. Excessive moisture can lead to mould growth, which poses health risks and can damage building materials. By controlling ventilation, it’s possible to regulate moisture levels and prevent these issues.
Properly controlling ventilation systems can contribute to energy efficiency. Systems can be optimized to operate when needed, reducing unnecessary energy consumption. For example, demand-controlled ventilation adjusts the ventilation rate based on occupancy or pollutant levels, ensuring energy is not wasted when the space is unoccupied or when outdoor air quality is already acceptable.
Ventilation is a key factor in maintaining thermal comfort within a building. Proper airflow helps distribute conditioned air evenly, preventing hot or cold spots. Controlling ventilation systems allows for adjustments to airflow rates, temperature, and distribution, optimizing comfort for occupants.
Many building codes and regulations mandate specific ventilation requirements to ensure the health and safety of occupants. Controlling ventilation equipment is necessary to meet these standards and compliance obligations.
Adequate ventilation has been linked to improved cognitive performance and occupant well-being. By controlling ventilation to provide a comfortable and healthy indoor environment, building owners can contribute to increased productivity and satisfaction among occupants.
Uncontrolled ventilation can lead to unnecessary energy consumption, which may contribute to increased greenhouse gas emissions. By implementing efficient ventilation control strategies, it’s possible to reduce the environmental impact of a building’s operations.
The construction quality of a control panel is crucial for ensuring the reliability and performance of electrical and automation systems. Control panels are used to house electrical components, such as circuit breakers, switches, and controllers, and are essential for managing and controlling ventilation processes. Investing in a well-constructed control panel is essential for the long-term reliability and safety of ventilation systems.